A Dutch court has authorized freezing Gazprom assets in the Netherlands as part of Ukraine’s effort to get the Russian company to pay a $2.6 billion bill
Wednesday, June 6, 2018

A Dutch court has authorized freezing Gazprom assets in the Netherlands as part of Ukraine’s effort to get the Russian company to pay a $2.6 billion bill

A Dutch court has authorized freezing Gazprom assets in the Netherlands as part of Ukraine’s effort to get the Russian company to pay a $2.6 billion bill, reports Naftogaz, Ukraine’s state oil and gas company. However, six of Gazprom’s seven Dutch subsidiaries are refusing to cooperate with the bailiffs, Naftogaz reports. Naftogaz is moving to attach assets elsewhere, including shares of Gazprom’s subsidiaries Nord Stream AG and Nord Stream 2 AG in Switzerland.

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